EDUCATIONAL-SOCIOLOGICAL STUDY ON THE TRADITION OF FISHING BY WOMEN IN NDAO ISLAND, INDONESIADaud Saleh Luji¹ and Kristian E.Y.M. Afi
The purpose of this study was to find out the fishing traditions carried out by women on Ndao Island, and to analyse the pedagogical-sociological values contained in these fishing traditions that need to be passed on to the next generation. The results obtained from this study are that there are a number of fishing traditions carried out by women on Ndao Island, namely Djaâi, Lege tatohi, HÃ¨bâbi, PasÃ¨ra, and Bhabho. From this tradition there are a number of pedagogical and sociological values obtained and need to be passed on to future generations, namely: 1). Men learn to appreciate womenâs work, 2). The equipment used to catch fish are kalera and kanaca, and these two tools are used as a symbol of marriage. 3). People are taught to be patient and diligent in doing a job. 4). The community learns from the Ndao women to always work together in doing a job. 5). Learn to share results as a form of embodiment of love for others.